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Between the academy and the community: The trickster who dances at the party and shows her tongue
|Title:||Between the academy and the community: The trickster who|
dances at the party and shows her tongue
|Authors:||Cruz, Emiliana Cruz|
|Contributors:||Pierson, Sofia G. (translator)|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Cruz, Emiliana Cruz. 2021. Between the academy and the community: The trickster who dances at the party and shows her tongue. [Translated from Spanish by Sofia G. Pierson.] In Cruz, Emiliana. (Ed.) Theoretical reflections around the role of fieldwork in linguistics and linguistic anthropology: Contributions of indigenous researchers from southern Mexico. Language Documentation & Conservation Special Publication no. 23, nn-nn. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.|
|Series:||LD&C Special Publication|
|Abstract:||Explored here are the complexities and challenges that arise from my experience as an Indigenous researcher. As a linguist and anthropologist, I move between both academic and community spaces. During the last two decades, a good part of my research has focused on the documentation and revitalization of Indigenous languages, in particular the Chatino languages. This article addresses my experience as an Indigenous researcher navigating these two spaces with the aim of sharing the reality of my position with academia and Chatino communities.|
|Rights:||Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike License|
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LD&C Special Publication No. 23: Theoretical reflections around the role of fieldwork in linguistics and linguistic anthropology|
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